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Frame a Wedding Dress

Would You Frame Your Wedding Dress?

Source: Kate Price Photography via Style Me Pretty

Wedding dresses can be quite the pricey purchase, and some brides on a budget may even ask if it's worth it, especially when a wedding dress is only worn once. While some brides choose to sell, donate, or pass down their amazing gowns, others, like Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Adrienne Maloof, are turning to a more innovative measure to get the bang for their buck while immortalizing that special day: framing their wedding dresses.

Source: enLuce Photography

Not only is framing the "most important dress you'll ever wear" a nostalgic investment, but also, it'll definitely be a statement piece in your home. On the other hand, I find that a framed wedding dress can look kind of creepy, especially in the dark when it looks more like a trapped woman in white floating on your wall . . . But maybe that's just me. What do you think?

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